Mushrooms are produced above the ground on soil. Mushrooms are called with different names as button mushrooms, toadstool. It is famous called as putagodugulu in telugu. It consists of gilled fungi with stems. This is grown naturally on the soil in rainy season. This contains rich nutrients and good for health. It is one of the spicy delicious vegetarian dishes. Let’s see the method of preparation of mushroom curry / putagodugula kura.
- Tomato = 2
- Mushrooms = 250gms
- Ginger garlic paste = 25gms
- Turmeric powder
- Green chilli = 2
- Red chilli powder =3tbsp
- Coriander leaves
- Garam masala powder = 1tbsp
- Curry leaves
Step 1: Clean the mushrooms with water nicely.
Step 2: Chop the green chillies, onions and tomato and keep a side.
Step 3: Add oil in a pan and heat it.
Step 4: Add onions, green chillies and curry leaves to the oil.
Step 5: let it fry until the onions become slight brown.
Step 6: Add ginger-garlic paste to the onions and fry.
Step 7: Put some turmeric and salt. Mix well.
Step 8: Add mushrooms / putagodugulu and mix well till the mushrooms absorbs the flavors which we have added before.
Step 9: Add puree or chopped tomatoes to the mushrooms and mix it well.
Step 10: Add ¼ cup of water and red chili powder. Mix it well and let it cook for 15mins.
Step 11: Now add the Garam masala powder to the curry.
Step 12: Garnish the dish with an coriander leaves and serve it to the plate.
Enjoy the mushroom curry / putagodugula kura with rice or chapathi.